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Milwaukee 49-17-2150 MK2150 Safety Glasses Gray Anti-Fog


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  • Light as a feather and frameless design ensures all day comfort
  • Optically perfected wrap-around lens for clear and unobstructed field of vision
  • Patented lens inclination and adjustable temples to ensure a proper fit
  • Durable impact resistant polycarbonate lenses absorb greater than 99.9% of harmful UVA and UVB radiation
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Technical Details
Part Number 49-17-2150
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions6.8 x 3.1 x 2.2 inches
Item model number49-17-2150
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
FinishAnti-fog
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000F6UZOK
Best Sellers Rank #284,464 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 23, 2006
  
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Ultra-lightweight, frameless wrap-around lens with integral side shields. The unique frame design provides weightless comfort, superior coverage, and complete and unobstructed vision.

Product Description

Ultra-lightweight, frameless wrap-around lens with integral side shields. The unique frame design provides weightless comfort, superior coverage, and complete and unobstructed vision.FEATURES: Light as a feather and frameless design ensures all day comfort. Optically perfected wrap-around lens for clear and unobstructed field of vision. Patented lens inclination and adjustable temples to ensure a proper fit. Durable impact resistant polycarbonate lenses absorb greater than 99.9% of harmful UVA and UVB radiation

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Holum on January 26, 2010
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they work great ,,light weight, just somewhat on the small side,,,they are adjustable, but I have a big head , with a large capacity for the vast knowledge of the skill of carpentry,,,,,,,, whatever ...I have tried alot of safety classes in the 35 plus yrs in construction and these are up at the top of my list , the fact that they don't fog up easily ,like when you have a dust mask on or in cold weather
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. Howland on September 2, 2011
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These are nice as they slide in and out so the arms are the right length. That said they scratch just as easily as any other 'plastic' work glasses. I bought these to 'fill out' an order to $25 and get free shipping... I am PAINFULLY aware of where I rest these as I hate having scratched work glasses. I like to get them to last as long as possible scratch free... DO NOT rub them clean with a paper towel (paper towels will scratch ANY glasses like this, INCLUDING expensive 'prescription' glasses. If there is truly 'grime' or dust on them, either blow it of (if dust) of wash them with soapy water using your fingers. Shake the majority of water off and again DO NOT dry with a paper towel...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RebelRaider on May 25, 2010
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These glasses are lightweight, fit very well and did not fog on me, but whenever I grabbed the glass cleaner and paper towels to clean the weeds and grass from them after weedeating, I noticed the protective film that covers the lenses are now peeling off ruining them. I didn't read the instructions on cleaning so this is my fault and not Milwaukee's. Probably in the cleaning instructions, somewhere it said not to use "glass cleaner". I like these glasses and will order another pair but will read the instructions on cleaning first thing. Also just want to say after wearing these for an hour or so you will not notice you have them on, they are that comfortable.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Justin Cox on April 5, 2010
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I purchased two pairs of these a few months ago, a clear pair and a gray pair. The clear pair came in the mail, but the gray ones never did. No response from the seller (Mytoolplace) after multiple emails. They're a good product, but I'd advise you to buy them elsewhere.
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I ruined ten pair of good safety glasses before I finally discovered what was causing the destruction. I spend a lot of time working outdoors on various projects. For some mysterious reason, after wearing them only a few times, the lens on my glasses looked as if they'd had been sprayed with acetone. Even when operating a chain saw and wood chipper, I don't get hit in the face with debris sufficient to cause the damage that my glasses were sustaining.

SUNSCREEN or SUNBLOCK was causing the damage. Even the expensive stuff like Neutrogena ruins the lens.

How can I keep sweat from getting on my glasses?

If you touch the lens with sunblock on your fingertips, kiss your glasses goodbye.

This problem has not yet made it around the Internet enough to find a good solution.

To avoid skin cancer, we're bathing in stuff that destroys plastic.

Some say sunscreen will eat the paint off your car but I can't afford to test that theory.

I hope this information saves somebody a pair of safety glasses.
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